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Lol...Nice Ron. FYI...there's a heck of a craft beer store in Hagerstown.

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Thanks Jeff.

It was good. My wife and I enjoyed it.

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Baby maker huh?

That's awesome I must find this beer.
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It's a Triple C brewery brew from here in Charlotte. I doubt you'll be able to find it outside of this area. But hey, knowing who makes it is a good starting point to track it down. Good luck finding it.

Here's their site:

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Tonight's special. This is the first beer I've ever had to open with a corkscrew!

Yum!

Gentlemen, I present the Trader Joe's Providential Belgian-Style Golden Ale.

The description reads as follows:
Crafted exclusively for Trader Joe's, this deilcious beer is made in Quebec, Canada, and brewed according to the time-honored traditions of classic Belgian Ales. It Strikes the prefect balance between spices, hops, and malt profiles.

With Champagne-like effervescence and aromatice notes of citrus peel and ginger, this beer is malty, mildly sweet and hoppy with a subtle finish. It is sure to please the most finicky beer drinkers.






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Tonight's special. This is the first beer I've ever had to open with a corkscrew!

Yum!

Gentlemen, I present the Trader Joe's Providential Belgian-Style Golden Ale.

The description reads as follows:
Crafted exclusively for Trader Joe's, this deilcious beer is made in Quebec, Canada, and brewed according to the time-honored traditions of classic Belgian Ales. It Strikes the prefect balance between spices, hops, and malt profiles.

With Champagne-like effervescence and aromatice notes of citrus peel and ginger, this beer is malty, mildly sweet and hoppy with a subtle finish. It is sure to please the most finicky beer drinkers.


BTW these pix are some of my first HDR photo's. I recently added some HDR software to my post-production arsenal.
Great pictures! How's the beer?

I'm across the street from a trader joes but I've never been in there...

I was drinking this last night:


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Had a nice tall glass of Arrogant Bastard Ale tonight with swordfish and mash potatoes for dinner. Good beer, definitely too strong of a beer for most people in my opinion.

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Great pictures! How's the beer?

I'm across the street from a trader joe's but I've never been in there...

I was drinking this last night:

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-n...%3Anopm%3A.jpg
Thanks. You should check it out. There's a lot of good food that they carry at Trader Joe's. The beer was good but not my favorite. The spices were very noticeable. I'd say it's a stand along drink. I can't imagine this going well with any particular food except for may be peanuts, pretzels or original Chex mix. You know, the typical bar snacks.

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Had a nice tall glass of Arrogant Bastard Ale tonight with swordfish and mash potatoes for dinner. Good beer, definitely too strong of a beer for most people in my opinion.
Ah, you can't go wrong with an Arrogant Bastard. But yea, like you said; they are strong.

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Lite beer is for lite weight drinkers; one may as well have a glass of water.

I just had a six pack of Miller's Fortune, lager. You won't be disappointed in this robust beer. Very smooth, goes down easy and really quenches your thirst. http://www.millercoors.com/News-Cent...ortune-Aw.aspx


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The jet black bottle is adorned with a Miller script “M,” a nod to Miller’s time honored brewing reputation. Developed to be served in a rocks glass, Miller Fortune is brewed with specially-roasted caramel malt and cascade hops for a moderately bitter flavor with a hint of sweetness. The brand attributes communicate a sophisticated edge meant to inspire consumers to turn any occasion into something unforgettable.

“With the rise of cocktail culture, we know consumers are looking for new products and flavors,” said MillerCoors CMO Andy England. “With that in mind, we developed Miller Fortune to provide consumers with a unique and deliciously balanced option to elevate their drinking experience.”

The Miller Fortune launch will be supported with bartender engagement programs, influencer events and a comprehensive marketing campaign, including digital, mobile and social activations with media partners such as Urban Daddy, GQ, ESPN, Rolling Stone and Complex. Television and out-of-home advertising for Miller Fortune will begin on March 3.

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I just had a six pack of Miller's Fortune, lager. You won't be disappointed in this robust beer. Very smooth, goes down easy and really quenches your thirst. http://www.millercoors.com/News-Cent...ortune-Aw.aspx
I've seen those, wasn't sure if they were any good or not. I might pick up a tall can.

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I've been working on a case of Ipswich Ale, I buy one whenever I'm in a package store in Mass. Sorry no pics...

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I was drinking this last night:
Great white beer?? I don't get the joke...

How was it?

When I hear the words "Great White" the first thing I think of is cheap Nova Scotia wine...

Great White is a fortified wine 20% It tastes like drinking somebody else's vomit, The buzz hits you like a hangover right from the beginning. The taste alone makes you want to fight, and if you live until the next morning you'll wish you hadn't...


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I've been working on a case of Ipswich Ale, I buy one whenever I'm in a package store in Mass. Sorry no pics...

Great white beer?? I don't get the joke...

How was it?

When I hear the words "Great White" the first thing I think of is cheap Nova Scotia wine...


Great White is a fortified wine 20% It tastes like drinking somebody else's vomit, The buzz hits you like a hangover right from the beginning. The taste alone makes you want to fight, and if you live until the next morning you'll wish you hadn't...

http://i338.photobucket.com/albums/n418/druggles85/poorlysorted/greatwhite_zps4c085f85.jpeg
Now that's poetic! I've never heard any drink described like that; very well written.

I'm saving that quote for future reference!

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Too bad I just use punctuation randomly instead of properly...

The best thing about great white is most people recoil at the scent as soon as you unscrew the metal cap.
I haven't found any "bum wine" in this country that comes close to touching the Canadian stuff.
But this is a beer thread. so I think I'll go crack open an Ipswich Ale http://www.ipswichalebrewery.com/

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I've been working on a case of Ipswich Ale, I buy one whenever I'm in a package store in Mass. Sorry no pics...



Great white beer?? I don't get the joke...

How was it?

When I hear the words "Great White" the first thing I think of is cheap Nova Scotia wine...

Great White is a fortified wine 20% It tastes like drinking somebody else's vomit, The buzz hits you like a hangover right from the beginning. The taste alone makes you want to fight, and if you live until the next morning you'll wish you hadn't...
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Now that's poetic! I've never heard any drink described like that; very well written.

I'm saving that quote for future reference!
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Too bad I just use punctuation randomly instead of properly...

The best thing about great white is most people recoil at the scent as soon as you unscrew the metal cap.
I haven't found any "bum wine" in this country that comes close to touching the Canadian stuff.
But this is a beer thread. so I think I'll go crack open an Ipswich Ale http://www.ipswichalebrewery.com/
Definitely not the same Great White. This is an ale from a small craft brewery on the coast here in CA. We don't have much choice in the drunkards wine category. Your description reminds me of Thunderbird....

The beer is unfiltered with a mild citrus flavor. Its definitely a summer beer.

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I've been drinking Coors Light and Sprecher Irish Stout (I won a case of 50 bottles earlier this year). Can't have too many, beer ****s the next morning.


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My typical go-to beer is Shiner Bock but a lot of that is probably wrapped up in the nostalgia for college -- this was the beer we bought when someone felt they had a little extra cash .


Recently though I've been getting into ciders. For those of you who like ciders, have you ever tried the ciders from Brittany (aka "Breton" in French). They are typically sold in 750ml bottles and retail for $10-15 so it's a little spendier than your avg beer. Nowadays though (with a young kid around), I can't think of the last time I drank to get drunk.

Unlike most of the ciders with cute little animals we have in the US, french ciders are typically much drier and less sweet. This makes it much better to pair with food (vs. say pouring a shot of really sweet cinnamon whiskey into).

My favorite was a cider that Trader Joes (a west coast grocery chain that specializes in private label foods) brought in over the Xmas season. It's been good enough that I've cleared out a few stores around me to have a stock for the next few months. At $5, it was a steal.
http://www.traderjoes.com/fearless-flyer/article/2075


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I'll vote +1 on the Coors Light, but I've never had a Genesee Cream Ale. It's sounds awesome.
You shouldn't be drinking any beer for about four more years, let alone commenting on them in this thread.

I understand drinking underage. Hell, I used to do it on the rare occasion prior to my 21st B-day but I didn't talk about it in public.

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I want to be at that party! I love the "Are you up for whatever?" campaign.

My favorite is where they pull a Lambo around the corner and say "Get in!"

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post #297 of 340 (permalink) Old 01-25-2015, 10:08 AM
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...Hell, I used to do it on the rare occasion prior to my 21st B-day but I didn't talk about it in public.
This is the Big Rule!

That, and watch your friends with cameras, don't get a career ended before it has began.

I'm sure my Boss would Just Love to see Pix of me Wasted, Moshing to Pantera posted up on Facebook, lol. (I'm way too old for that now, lol)

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post #299 of 340 (permalink) Old 02-13-2015, 06:53 PM
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Looks good Joe.

I've been out out of the Beer loop for a while. I did have a IPA at a Barley's Brewhaus a few days ago but I don't remember what kind it was.

Mods? Yea, I got mods ...
Air silencer delete, warp drive, dilithium crystals, flux capacitor, Slingshot Rubber band power adder, Moonshine & Gas, Leaf Blower Supercharger, Hamster Wheel & Hamster, Energizer Bunny generating 1.21 gigawatts, Mr. Fusion® Home Energy Reactor, hover conversion and a sextant celestial navigation system (The original GPS)
Best 1/4: 1,320 nanoseconds @ 670,616,629.2 miles per hour

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See a list of my real mods and pictures of my car HERE. The true performance of my car was made possible by the Carolinas Crew Chief, RobertP at Rob's Tire & Auto.
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I've been drinking this, its an IPA with up front flavor and a clean finish. You taste the hops without them hitting you in the head.


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